Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review – Pinnacle of the Galaxy Series

For 2019, Samsung went all out and launched 3 new flagship devices — S10, S10e and the S10+. The S10+ is the most impressive device from the line up, and we check out in this Galaxy S10 Plus review if the new Samsung flagship is worth your money.

For 2019, Samsung went all out and launched 3 new flagship devices — S10, S10e and the S10+. The S10+ is the most impressive device from the line up, and we check out in this Galaxy S10 Plus review if the new Samsung flagship is worth your money. We got our hands on the Indian version of the device SM-G975F/DS which is a Dual SIM version powered by Samsung's Exynos chipset. Box Contents The retail version of the S10+ ships with the following contents. The phone ships with a factory installed screen protector in India. Device Data Cable Travel Adapter Ejection Pin USB Connector (OTG) Earphones sound by AKG Quick Start Guide Clear Cover Protective Film Design The front is dominated by the gorgeous 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display. Samsung decided to go with an interesting design for the notch for the front facing cameras. When I first saw the initial photos of the device, I really didn't like this approach and I thought it will create some unpleasant feeling while the device is being used. After spending some quality time with the device, I can say that the Infinity-O display isn't too bad after all. While I personally prefer water drop notches for ...

How to enable Dual SIM feature on Google Pixel 3 on Android Q Beta

Good news for Google Pixel users who have been waiting for Dual SIM support on the Android flagship. In a sign of things to come, Google has enabled support for Dual SIM feature in the latest Android Q Beta. We managed to get it working on Airtel a…

Good news for Google Pixel users who have been waiting for Dual SIM support on the Android flagship. In a sign of things to come, Google has enabled support for Dual SIM feature in the latest Android Q Beta. We managed to get it working on Airtel and Jio networks. Warning : You need to install a pre-release beta version of the software for your phone and you might lose your personal data stored on your phone, so we recommend taking a back up of your files before proceeding. Also, we don't recommend you try this on your personal main device. Step 1  Enroll your device in the Android Beta Program - Link Step 2  You need to update your Google Pixel 3 to the last Android Q beta - QPP2.190228.23 Step 3 Activate the eSIM by scanning a QR code from your operator — Jio or Airtel in this case. In our case we easily got the QR code by sending an SMS to Airtel. Step 4  Add a nano SIM card in the SIM card slot, in our case it was a Jio SIM Step 5 Enable Developer options by clicking on build number three times. Step 6   [gallery link="file" columns="2" size="large" ids="279851,279852"] Enable Feature Flag for settings_network_and_internet_v2  Restart the phone. Step 7 See the ...